Located south of the Old Market in Downtown Omaha, All Saints’ student body embraces diversity and an environment in which each student’s heritage is celebrated and accepted.
All Saints draws support from a supportive and rejuvenated neighborhood. Neighbor icons like Orsi’s Bakery, The Sons of Italy and Christ Child Society have been joined by new construction of residential homes and condominiums, and the addition of new businesses. Like All Saints itself, the neighborhood is on the move!
All Saints is a short distance from the Durham Museum, Grace University, Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, TD Ameritrade Park and CenturyLink Center.
The churches that currently support All Saints are:
All Saints was founded to fill the needs of the families of downtown and eastern Omaha, and has been doing so for many years.
In 2016, St. Frances Cabrini Church purchased the Christ Child building across the street, to become the new Cabrini Parish Center. Beginning with the 2016 school year, our Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten classrooms moved in to the Cabrini Parish Center.
We are looking to expand this history page. If you any history from the school, please contact us. We are very interested to learn about this building’s history.
All Saints Catholic School has an extremely rich history. Before becoming All Saints Catholic School, we have gone under a few name changes, but we have remained in the same location as we are now. Our previous names were:
If anyone was a member of the above schools, in addition to All Saints, we invite you to join one of our Alumni Facebook pages.
All Saints has been educating Omaha students, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, for over 100 years.
All Saints Catholic School will provide a learning environment of faith, knowledge, and service by promoting Christian values, individualize academic opportunities, and community engagement.